For over two decades, Tillman’s Roadhouse has served as a lively, eclectically decorated spot for modern Texas comfort food served with a touch of whimsy. Now, following the restaurant's extensive renovation, the atmosphere may lean more toward the “urban” in “urban cowboy” (and classics like the Frito pie may have been retired), but the down-home–inspired eats and vibe still shine through. The menu is inspired by regional favorites, but prepared with seasonal ingredients and global accents—so your chicken fried steak comes with charred poblano gravy, the fried okra is pecan-crusted, and the Trio of Fries includes options made with sweet potato and purple varietals. There are also lots of hearty salads and sides available. Brunch draws crowds with its $48 shareable Hangover Platter, seasonal sangrias, and tableside s’mores.